Originally Posted by cloot310
The TV resolution after switching back to single from clone defaults at 1920 X 1080 with 60 htz. This what is shown after the 'single display' is done configuring itself.
Also, there are updates for the hp dvd player and nvidia . I get an error message saying my system does not meet the minimum requirements for both when downloading from the 3330f main page..
So at least the pc recognizes that the TV is capable of 1080p and automatically selects that resolution for it. Good.
Now about the failure to boot up with the TV set as the single display. After you press the power button to start the PC, are you waiting a good long time for the computer to finally boot up? On our system, after getting the green Vista background on our projector's display, the screen then goes black yet again for a period of sometimes 30 seconds, then, finally, the desktop appears. Try waiting longer than long and see if the desktop finally does appear.
If it absolutely will not boot with the TV set as the single display, I'm afraid you may have to go through that little dance every time you want to use the TV in 1080p.
About not being able to play BD disks, exacty what happens when you insert the BD disk in the drive and you then start up HP DVD Play? That is, after DVD Play starts, are there any messages whatsoever on the main DVD Play screen, such as "Insert a disk into the drive", or anything else?
On the little pop-up menu on the lower right of the main HP DVD Play screen, click on the little disk icon near the left end of the menu. Are there any selections at all available on the selection that pops open from that?
If you put a standard def dvd in the drive, will HP DVD Play play that disk?